Over the course of our own personal journeys to remote places, in search of exotic and often endangered wildlife, we have met some extraordinary guides. Our relationship with these highly experienced individuals has resulted in a very select travel partnership, p2a.
Using our exacting standards of quality guiding, personalised service and attention to detail we bring you Passage to the Arctic & Passage to Asia. For enquiries please contact any of the Passage to Africa team who will be delighted to help you plan an Arctic or Asian adventure.
In conjunction with recognized Arctic guide, artist and outfitter Olly Williams, we are delighted to launch Passage to the Arctic. With over twenty years operating in the far north Olly and his team of expert polar guides will help you plan every phase of your Arctic adventure and ensure that you experience the vast northern wilderness in safe hands.
The range of wildlife, cultures and regions to visit is immense. Go in search of polar bears with expert local trackers, stay in Lappish reindeer herder camps, journey through snow covered forests by dog-sled team, track brown bears on foot or explore the sacred treeless tundra of Arctic Alaska.
Truly one of the last great wilderness regions on Earth, the High Arctic is an adventure like no other. We only work with the best in the business to ensure that you, your family and friends can enjoy this extraordinary environment safely and warmly. Experience counts for everything in the ‘Last Frontier’.
Working only with the most experienced operators and local guides, combined with our own unparalleled safari background, we are proud to present Passage to Asia. Our safaris into this region are currently focused on the jungles (Hindi for wilderness) and wildlife of the Sub-Continent with particular reference to tigers.
The largest of all the big cats now ekes out a survival in a number of small parks, occupying a mere 7 percent of their historical range. The biggest population of tigers is in India and this is where we focus. India is also home to a wide variety of other endangered large mammals such as the Asiatic lion, Asian elephant, Asian one-horned rhinoceros, golden langur and the dhole or wild dog. Combined with a bird list in excess of 1,300 species and India is both a surprising and extraordinary wildlife destination.
Of course in the land that gave birth to four of the World’s major religions there are a bewildering array of cultural possibilities. Our local travel partners are there to offer you expert advice and to include these into your Asian safari.